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This is INSTALL document for simple Netscape(tm) browsers cache browser and
manager called NScache.

To compile properly NScache you need following additional libraries
- GTK+-1.2.0 or higher
- Berkeley DB 1.8x library with hash database support
  (newer BDB versions 2.x,3.0.x,3.1.x are source compatible, but use
   different format of database, so nscache will compile well, but it
   will be not able to read netscape cache index database)
- optionaly also libintl library (or libc with gettext support) for 
  internationalization of NScache messages
- optionaly one of regexp implemantation POSIX/BSD/GNU/SYS V8/PCRE in
  your libc library or in separate package

If you have this libraries also with particular header files, compilation of
NScache will be very easy, because it have configure script which will make
all configuration for you. 

Following commands are enough for NScache compilation (I assume that you just
unpacked sources and you have all necessary libraries on your system) :

./configure
make
make install

Available configuration options for configure script:

  --with-gtk-config=PATH  where you have you GTK config script
  --disable-gnome         don't install Gnome menu informations
  --with-regex=[none/auto/posix/gnu/v8/bsd/pcre]
			  select type of regular expressions you want to use
			  in search dialog (you must have the proper library)


NScache contains now also configureation files required to insert entry
to GNOME panel menu. This files are only installed when configure script
finds the location of your GNOME instalation. If you want to suppress 
instalation of this files, use option --disable-gnome when you are running 
configure script.

If your system have nonstandart location of gtk+ libraries instalation 
directory, you can use option --with-gtk-config to specify location where
configure script can look for your gtk-config script.